Practical info for groups

Here you can find useful information for that your group should know before your arrival.

Waiver Form

If you are visiting the park and planning on venturing on to the different courses or activities, you must complete our waiver form. We strongly recommend that you do this online prior to your visit, as this will save you time when you arrive, but you can do it at our park as well.

If you submit your Waiver Form online it’s valid for the entire season. When arriving with a large group one person may fill out a waiver valid for the entire group.

Submit the waiver form here


Your arrival

One of our instructors will welcome you when you arrive. Before you start climbing we’ll check that your waiver form is completed, hand out climbing equipment and give you a climbing park safety course.


Height Requirements

Some of our courses have height requirements and we follow the same color coding as most ski resorts. The easiest courses are marked with orange, while the most challenging ones are black. In between you’ll find light green, dark green, blue and red.

The height requirements for the different courses are as follows:

Orange: above 80 cm.
Green/dark green: above 110 cm.
Red/Blue: above 140 cm.

Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a supervising adult in green courses. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a supervising adult in blue and red courses. We recommend at least 1 adult per 4 kids. Kids without company from adult will not be permitet access to the “high” courses

Purchase Tickets

You can easily purchase tickets online before arrival. Please buy your tickets prior to midnight the day before your arrival. When you arrive at the park just bring your receipt containing a QR-code.

Buy Tickets here

Safety & Training

Activities in the climbing park are not permitted for:

  • persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • pregnant women
  • persons heavier than 120kg

Activities in the climbing park are not recommended for:

  • persons with back- or neck injuries
  • Persons with heart or lung problems or other physical challenges.

Safety is one of our main concerns at Høyt & Lavt Climbing Park. The park is annually inspected by the Norwegian Railway Authority. We also frequently perform internal controls of the operation, and have several internal routines in place, so that you can feel safe at the park.

If you are going to partake in any activities or use our climbing courses, you must go through our mandatory safety course. You may experience some waiting time on busy days. Please listen to your instructor to make the wait as short as possible for yourself and others.

Please note that the mandatory course must be completed at least once per season.

Weather & clothes

We recommend that you wear sports/fitness clothing or light hiking gear when you are going climbing in our park. As you will be staying active you might want to wear several layers, so you can take some off as your temperature rises. We recommend you bring a small backpack with a light change of clothes. Running or hiking shoes with a solid sole are preferred.

In case of rain, we recommend you bring some light waterproof clothing with you. Please note that there can be resin in the trees.

We do not recommend you wear clothing with any strings or cords on to our climbing course.


Mat & Drikke (EN)

Our café, is open during regular opening hours. It serves both hot and cold meals as well as ice cream, soft drinks and assorted snacks.

You may also bring your own food and drinks. Our central courtyard has ample seating and there is a designated grilling area. The grills are available for rent, including coal and lighter fluid.

Please note that you may not bring your own one-time grill (engangsgrill) to our park, due to the fire hazard.